otter art adventure

otter painting at tanganyika wildlife park

what to expect

Introducing Your New Favorite Artists: Shrimp, Wonton, and Wasabi – the Asian Small-Clawed Otters!

 

Forget Van Gogh and Georgia O’Keeffe, our Asian Small-Clawed Otters are stealing the spotlight with their one-of-a-kind masterpieces. Take a break from your everyday routine and join them for an unforgettable experience.

 

Get up close and personal with these adorable otters as they showcase their incredible skills. They’ll even paint you a personalized artistic masterpiece using their delicate paws. Prepare to be in awe as they paint in front of you, and learn why enrichment, like painting, is an important part of how we care for our otters! 

 

Whether you’re a die-hard otter fan or just starting to appreciate their charm, this experience is perfect for you. It’s a must-have addition to your otter meet and greet or a unique opportunity for younger fans.

Don’t miss out on this chance to meet our “otterly” adorable otter family!

Our otters will be accompanied by a knowledgeable Tanganyika trainer to share fun and interesting facts as well as answer any questions you might have along the way.

 

This interactive experience will give you the opportunity to get up close to our fascinating otter friends while getting your photo taken with them, assisting in a training session, playing with them with their favorite toys, and more.

Our otter meet and greet is perfect for an adventure seeking individual, pair or family. This unique animal experience is something you’ll never forget!

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5/5

The otter meet and greet was a dream come true! Having the chance to see the otters up close and help train them was incredible. They have so much character! We also got some great photos with the otters! It was an experience we will never forget.

Conservation Corner: Asian Small-Clawed Otter

The pet trade poses a significant danger to Asian small-clawed otters. Despite their cute appearance, otters need specialized care, including a diet of raw seafood and they tend to be quite messy and smelly. They are not suitable as pets. If you’re looking for an adorable experience, you can show your support for their conservation by visiting accredited facilities, like Tanganyika!